Diffusion resistances between ADH-induced vacuoles and the extracellular space in rabbit collecting duct: evidence that mos vacuoles are intracellular, endocytic compartments

@article{Bailey1991DiffusionRB,
  title={Diffusion resistances between ADH-induced vacuoles and the extracellular space in rabbit collecting duct: evidence that mos vacuoles are intracellular, endocytic compartments},
  author={B. Bailey and Kevin L. Kirk},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={1991},
  volume={263},
  pages={165-171}
}
SummaryLarge vacuoles form in the renal collecting duct following the onset of antidiuretic hormone (ADH)-stimulated water reabsorption. The aim of the present study was to test two alternative hypotheses regarding the origins of these structures: (1) the vacuoles constitute basilar, extracellular spaces that dilate as water flows through these spaces from cells into the peritubular compartment; or (2) the vacuoles represent intracellular, endocytic compartments that dilate during water… CONTINUE READING

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